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. >> these democrats, sean. he went to his own ranch. christie, i realize that you're a conservative woman makes you feel uncomfortable. you feel that you have to constantly interrupt me. it doesn't work. i'm going to continue with my point and you're going to listen. >> let her talk. >> george bush, let's act like a lady, okay. george bush went to his ranch in texas and he chopped wood and he cleared brush, and he was -- >> he was -- >> he was in constant contact with his administration, he was in constant contact with his cabinet. now, barack obama if you remember back, really, in 2009 he was, when we had that almost terrorist attack on a flight that was going from amsterdam to detroit, and a president was vacationing in hawaii and it took him days to make an announcement about that? >> hang on. one at a time. listen, please, christie, we have to go one at a time, our audience wants to hear from both of you. let me go to the president today in phoenix, we repeated phony scandals, while we play this, think of four dead americans in benghazi, people that were targeted by the irs because of their pol
pled the fifth. >> well, sean, one of the important things is that the more we see lois lerner as at the center of a number of points, the people below her in cincinnati and washington were sending information to her and she was saying stop, don't do anything. she's part of the discussion with the political-appointed office of the chief consul, and as you say, she took the fifth when we simply wanted to ask her what she knew and when she knew it. and when you see that she circumvented the official mail in private -- i hate to call it private, but in using non-government e-mail accounts for government-type business or communications with other individuals and agencies such as the fec or the s.e.c., it raises concerns about what she was really up to. >> first of all, would this be illegal what she's done? do you think she's been obstructing justice? if in fact she was using a personal account? is that legal? >> it's an odd law. the federal records act requires that all this information be gathered. but there's no explicit penalty. it's not a crime you can go to jail for for simpl
. he was born in canada. he's a u.s. citizen and a canadian citizen. >> let me say this, sean. i think what you see here is when ted cruz was asked about it, he produced his birth certificate. no big deal, right? the president dragged his feet for years and so the issue became more the president's doing than anybody else. i think ted cruz handled it the right way. he produced a birth certificate. everyone knows he's a u.s. citizen and he was born an american. and the issue is over. the problem is there's those on the left who just can't stand it. they've got to come up with some sort of issue that keeps them going to maybe raise money or to try to fill a void in their own policy issues. >> i think he's a threat. he's intellectual. he's a conservative and he went to harvard and he has the backing of a lot of conservatives including me in this country. think that he is a threat to the left. >> he's absolutely a threat. i'll tell you this. he's someone that when he is up on capitol hill and you see him participating in events or talking about issues, he's very well learned on the issues.
stops right here. we are definitely looking out for you. >> sean: do you believe america is in a post-constitutional period and that there is this was anticipated by our framers in 1787 and there is a mechanism created that would allow amendments to begin in the states? i'm not explaining it as well as you. >> i think we need to stop fooling ourselves i've read other books, you look at the government today it's not a representative repub lichblgt you've got a massive bureaucracy pushing out thousands of laws. you look at the supreme court jun one justice issues these breath taking laws that have affect on the entirety of vote soet. you have the president of the united states brazenly rewriting laws and saying if congress doesn't act, he will act. then have you congress writing massive laws under the cover of dark issuing them quickly on matters they don't have right to legislate about and conferring enormous authority delegating lawmaker authorities to executive branch. it's not really a federal republic. and for 100 years progressive movement have been chiseling away at
meeting going on in boston. "the washington examiner" says rush limbaugh, sean hannity and mark levin are being eyed as 2016 debate moderators. >> which is amazing. i love the idea, frankly. it's funny, because their justification is we want to hear from the real grassroots conservatives. now anyone who was watching the debates last time around did not have any problem hearing from the quote/unquote real grassroots conservatives. the problem was that those debates pulled their candidates so far to the right, exposed the baseness and the extreme nature of the party. i don't think there is anyone better to do that than a rush limbaugh and a sean hannity and a mark levin. >> well, today, goldie, rush limbaugh told his audience he doesn't know if it will work because he is too famous. take a listen. >> i don't see how i can do it. i'm too famous. this moderating republican debates. did you see that throughout? i think i'd overshadow it. i'm too famous. it would be a tough call. it would be a real, real, real tough call. anyway, well, yeah, yeah, yeah. it could get ratings. there is no que
to what he said to his friend sean hannity. listen to what he said to his friend sean hannity. i mean, it would be unhealthy. it was unhealthy to have all that exposure for our candidates. yeah, it was because you had a bunch of crackpots running for president and they did wound themselves every time they got out there. there were enough debates for perry to forget which agencies he was going to abolish in the federal government. right? so, yeah, i can see from his perspective, you want to go to the friendly confines of fox news. you want to have loving moderators like a sean hannity. you want to tell your story there. the problem is that that did not work in 2012. in fact, living in the friendly confines of fox news made those republicans think they were going to win, that they could beat barack obama, that he wasn't a popular president. >> let's go back to reality, joan, with this. as your point is made, there's a long tradition ofnous anchors moderating debates. i moderated the republican debate at the reagan library last election, 2008. >> right. >> despite that history, reince pr
it above 15 and going possibly to 20. this could get into a bidding war. charles: sean, that's why we love you. see you soon. >>> two signs, that's right, two signs that spending cuts and austerity may actually be a good thing. first the pain from the sequestration. not as bad as president obama made it out to be. most of the major federal agencies out there, they have managed to reduce planned furloughs pretty well. some have eliminated them all together. secondly, looks like europe is coming out of recession. european economy growing in the second quarter of this year. turns out you can cut spending without the world coming to an end. at least that is what it is looking like so far, liz. liz: yeah, remember headlines out of sequester cuts, basically the sky was going to fall? biggest complainers, transportation, homeland security, education. even federal unions said we found fat to cut. they didn't have to do furloughs. reduced them or eliminated them or didn't do any furloughs whatsoever. senator tom coburn had it right. when when you put their feet to the fire they find the fat marbled
is this now in the house? >> well sean i look at the opportunities we have had along the way to cut that funding off to squeeze that down in the past. i brought that amendment down past the house. i think we need to stand together on this. this may be the last tool in our tool box. but now we are down to where if we go past this barrier now, there may be to be something coming back from it. we are not going to support a continuing resolution that fu d fundsobamacare. that $105.5 billion in automatic appropriations. draw that line and look at the president and say if you decide that you are going to that this off. we will fund everything else. it is important that we in the house and senate team up together and keep the message clear. >> bold colored differences that would be a difference. republicans taking a stand. i would like to see it. otherwise you will lose a lot of support. guys, thank you both. appreciate it. >> it has been almost a year since four americans were killed in the benghazi attack. the charges filed indicatethey . bewill check in with michelle malkin tonight. fi
whether they agree or disagree. congressman watts? >> i totally agree, sean. you can't control what's going to happen at a town meeting. you go in thinking you're going to get all comers from a to z and you go in prepared for it. i think that's good. i think in the fourth district of oklahoma we converted a democrat district to a republican district simply because -- or town meetings played a big role. we did a lot of them answering questions back with the contract with america when it was not a very pleasant time when we got ridiculed and manipulated. but no i totally agree, i think you should face the voters. that's part of being an official. >> i get called names. i know it's hard to believe people say horrible things about me. you and i agreed a lot on issues over the years, although i find you coming more towards my way of thinking lately. you've always been willing to come on the show, battle it out. you never had any fear of this, did you? >> no. i think the importance of town hall meetings is that members of congress not only meet with the people but they tell people where t
this statement tonight where she kind of -- i don't know, blamed sean hannity and blamed the clerk. on august 2012, i spent the day on the snake river with the wounded warriors and the wounded recovery mission. i had arranged sean hannity to film the mission for a segment he later aired on fox news. the clerk asked if i was a resident. i said yes, because i was living in wouyoming. it was my mistake not to realize there was a 365-day requirement to hold a resident license of the the clerk did not ask how long i had lived in wyoming. well, i guess we'll just have to take her word for that about the clerk. liz cheney currently trails her opponent, incumbent republican mike enze by 28 points, according to the latest survey by the polling. amazing video next in the rewrite of a guest on a russian talk show. just refusing to play their game. like taking a first step. and then another. and another. and if you do it. and your friends do it. and their friends do it... soon we'll be walking our way to awareness, support and an end to alzheimer's disease. and that? that would be big. grab your friends
for hillary. you talk to sean smith's mother, she says watch out. here she is, pat smith. watch out for hillary. >> i still see pictures on that tv of bloody fingerprints on the wall thinking, are those my son's? people of the united states, hillary doesn't give a damn about you! what can i do? what can i do on this? i'm just at a loss for words. i want to know what happened, why my son is dead, who ordered that, and i don't want it to happen again to other people. >> anna: these are real people with real lives who lost their lives and their family members are still surviving, having to deal with the aftermath and going to bed at night not knowing what happened. terrible. >> steve: it is. it's now 7:11 in new york city. 7-11, good place to get a job. come to think of it, why get a job, because in 35 states, you can actually make more money if you're on welfare because in addition to state welfare, there are also something like 126 different programs where you can get money. take a look. 35 states where you can make more money on welfare than working. take a look. if you are lucky en
seinfeld, shania twain, and jack nicholson, and sean connery. i'm not sure why the nra thinks all these folks are so scary, but then again, it's usually hard to figure out what the nra is thinking. >> the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. if it's crazy to call for putting police and armed security in your school to protect our children, then call me crazy. >> call you crazy? i'll take a pass on that one. did the nra think we'd ignore their latest dive off the deep end? nice try, but we got you. and leave the poor pandas alone. like carpools... polly wants to know if we can pick her up. yeah, we can make room. yeah. [ male announcer ] ...office space. yes, we're loving this communal seating. it's great. [ male announcer ] the best thing to share? a data plan. at&t mobile share for business. one bucket of data for everyone on the plan, unlimited talk and text on smart phones. now, everyone's in the spirit of sharing. hey, can i borrow your boat this weekend? no. [ male announcer ] share more. save more. at&t mobile share for business. ♪ still run
together with my buddy sean hannity, and mark levin, and we interview some of the candidates. the bay i think would like that. >> listen, i actually think that's a very good idea. >> here's the irony. he led a massive gop autopsy to figure out why they got crushed in the last election. the results, the party needs to, quote, learn to appeal to more people. this is how you do it? by shutting out news outlets and retremendousing for a your fox news echo chamber michael steele was chairman of the rnc before priebus. joan walsh action and both are msnbc political analysts. michael, if this were still the steele administration, would you be pursuing this path? >> yeah, some form of it, to be honest. >> why? >> but will et me break it down for you. i wouldn't be pursuing it now, because there's no body of evidence to prove your point, so there's nothing beyond the base to rally the american people and those in the media who, like chuck todd and others, would say, yeah, this does not smell necessarily correct. to do it now sort of goes to your point about the trifecta, and i think it does set
him, sean. >> president of the united states went to a late-night comedy show for his first ever statements about this increased terror threat. it's a diminishing thing that happened last night. the presidency was diminished last night. >> here is the clown in chief going on late night tv to address these very grave issues. >> clown in chief. i mean, come on, joe. >> well, they diminished the white house when they invited limbaugh to spend the night there, didn't they? the reality is that jay leno did a great job with great questions, and the american people heard great answers, bottom line. >> all right. joe madison, thanks for your time tonight. >> thank you. >> friend or foe, i want to know. "reply al" next. [scream] ♪ don't tell mom. don't tell mom. don't tell mom! don't tell mom. okay. don't tell mom. don't tell mom. don't tell mom? yeah. the best stories you'll ever tell start with, don't tell." don't tell dad. start yours in the new santa fe. from hyundai. always go the extra mile. to treat my low testosterone, i did my research. my doctor and i went with axiron, the onl
sean hadn't hannity and we interview some of the candidates. because the base i think would like that. >> listen, i don't think -- i actually think that's a very good idea. >> now, here is the irony. priebus led a massive gop autopsy to figure out why they got crushed in the last election. the results, the party needs to, quote, learn to appeal to more people. this is how you do it, by shutting out news outlets and retreating to your own fox news echo chamber? if he gets his way, it isn't new voices that the party will be hearing and reaching just their own. michael steele was chairman of the rnc before priebus. joan walsh is editor of salon, and both are msnbc political analysts. michael, if this were still the steele administration, would you be pursuing this path? >> yes, some severe thunderstorm of it, to be honest with you. >> why? >> let me break it down for you. i wouldn't be pursuing it now, because there is no body of evidence to prove your point. and so there is nothing to really beyond the base to rally the american people and those in the media who like chuck todd and othe
. >> you know, nia-malika, you have all kind of pundits like sean hannity helping to really drive this shutdown the government fever. watch this. >> i almost view it as a last stand. i know there are political calibrations, calculations that some have to make. i just want -- i want people of principle that aren't making political calculations, maybe it hurts in the long run, and if it does, i'm sorry. i just -- it seems that this is the hill to die on. >> i mean, how much of this is a problem for the leadership when you have people that can impact their base, they're saying well, let's die on this hill? >> well, you've seen from representative boehner and representative cantor real closed door heart to heart sessions with the members of their party who were dead set on shutting down the government, basically make this argument that it's not practical. there is no upside for the republican party, and they are trying to recalibrate what is a real push to try to shut down the government. and it looks like there has been a decision that they're moving away from that idea and trying to
-- sean, the bill does have to start in the house, you're right. but the senate has the ability to amend it. and the senate democrats have the vote to amend it to send it back to say, okay, we now approve spending for obama care, we took back your exact provisions and we're sending it back to you. >> apparently sensing that he was getting nowhere with the procedural argument, karl rove summarized the politics this way. >> and who gets blamed? does anybody think that the republicans are going to escape being blamed for our troops not being paid, our prison guards not getting paid? our border patrol not being paid? let's not kid ourselves, we'll be blamed. >> joining me now, msnbc's krystal ball and ari melber. what do you think is on the other side of the play here, the republican leadership will get passed among this? >> it is going to have to be something like that. because the rand pauls of the world, the mike lees of the world, the ted cruzs of the world, they are too invested in their future of placating the tea party to totally back down on this. so they're going to have to do somet
. ♪ >>> chairman, what do you think about a talk radio debate where maybe i get together with my buddy sean hannity and maybe a mark levin and we interview some of the candidates? i base i think would like that. >> listen, i -- >> he goes on to say i think that was a pretty good idea. why not have the republican primary debates be moderated by right wing talk radio hosts? isn't that what the country is looking for for the next potential president? at the same time the rnc is considering this, conservative activist groups are telling republican members of congress they should go ahead and shut down the government in order to defund obama care. they're saying don't pay attention to what happened in 1995 when there was a huge backlash against republicans when they shut down the government. don't pay attention to anything in your common sense that might tell you that america won't like republican members of congress shutting down the government. believe us when we tell you that we've push polled on the issue and we've come up with a way to tell you it's going to be fine. what packetly is the republican
. >>> since the george zimmerman murder trial, right-wingers like hannity, sean hannity and will o'reilly have been attacking some of us in the civil rights movement. for a ralo'reilly, it's a night event. >> that is the subject of this evening's talking points. what the grievance industry does want to divide the country. in general the race hustlers and their sympathizers have descended into the gutter. >> now, as i said on friday, this kind of attack actually shows his own hypocrisy, because bill o'reilly has donated money to my nonprofit. he's also spoken at one of our annual conventions of my civil rights group, the national action network. so why would he give us his time and money if we are so-called race hustlers in the grievance industry? maybe because that kind of smear is needed to make it in the right wing today. these pundits have to launch personal attacks over matters of policy. they have to demonize and delegitimatize anyone and whoever disagrees with them. but it's wrong and it doesn't have to be this way. for example, i've worked with newt gingrich when we have found common gr
killed the american ambassador chris stevens. state department officer sean smith and two navy seals tyrone woods and glen doherty. james rosen is live at the state department tonight. james? >> all four of these employees are career officials. the highest ranking was eric boswell the assistant secretary of state for diplomatic security or ds. he had resigned his post. scott was a senior ds official. charlene lamb was boswell's deputy and raymond maxwell worked in the nearest bureau. in january then secretary of state hillary clinton told the senate existing law prevented her from taking stronger action against the four. but her successor john kerry took a different view what the secretary and his team has been doing is doing more fact-finding going into what happened on the ground and also looking at the totality of these four employees' career at the state department. >> if it had been 12 months after boston and there had been no arrests. no one brought to justice, no understanding of what happened and why people would be justifiably understandably outraged. here we set a year afte
and sean were at rival high schools, so i met you through sean. >> and i met stone years ago, and we're all close friends. >> so did you ever think you'd grow up to be raising children at home? >> no. >> i didn't think i would have kids myself, but here we are. >> quick answer, no. >> we heard so much during the economic downturns of all these stay-at-home dads and that this was the new economy. men were staying home and women were going back to the secretarial jobs and this is what the country was facing and you guys are living proof. >> i've got four kids and it's gotten tougher for us, and you know, when the economic downturn came around. >> when you watch mr. mom, does it bother you? are you offended? it's that stereotype, oh, the bumbling father and -- yes, do we make mistakes? of course, we do, but we're good at what we do and we love what we do and my wife's a physician. she is the primary breadwinner and so when we made that decision for me to stay. it was a no-brainer. it was a no-brainer and i wanted to stay home with my son. >> do you find there are more dads at the play dates or
up and say the truthers are -- >> let hear from the man who put this together. he was with sean last night. >> this is a day to remember them and their families. they will never see their parents again, they will never see their loved ones again and you want to make this day of all days radical islamists who are responsible for this attack, you want to make this a day about bigotry against muslims. >> not really. we are standing to show americans that we muslim, we denounce terrorism and we understand with the solidarity denouncing that -- >> that's not what your statement says at all. >> who is this guy, dr. jasser? >> he is a virulent anti-semite who talks about the 9/11 barberism being a false flag for a zionist operation. he's just a whack job. but at the end of the day, the silence of other americans muslim organizations and marginalizing him i this i speaks volumes. we need to lead the effort to see that the ideas of this guy are what radicalize our community into hating america rather than reforming our own community against political islam and groups like the brotherhood. >>
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department to investigate the incident. to the dismay of fox news sean hannity. >> really, you want to spend your hard-earned taxpayer money like this? >> they are aware of the incident but they've determined that this incident does not rise to the level of a threat. the justice department has declined the comment at this time. wolf? >> athena, thank you for that report. >>> believe it or not, a member of the bush family appears to be rooting for hillary clinton. barbara tells "people" magazine she thinks the former secretary of state is, quote, unbelievably accomplished. while the former president's daughter says she'd like to see mrs. clinton run in 2016, she might not vote for her. it depends on who the republicans nominate. >>> up next, michael jackson's ex-wife now takes the stand giving new insight into the singer's biggest fears. >>> and new clues about america's biggest secrets have just been declassified. when we made our commitment to the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - sa
puns but they are a sign of a high iq. >> it's a lost art. >> sean, i have to give you props. you were filming this whole thing and you had to orchestrate this whole thing i imagine. take us through the set up process. >> he yes, well this is an agreement of ever since i met her six years ago. she didn't mention this 6 years ago i probably would have run away. the bun in the oven has been in her back pocket for an lo imtoo. i knew i needed to take my technical skills especially knowing how momma lee reacts to things. >> clayton: if you are just waking up. a lot of viewers waking up right now and may have missed it it let's play this great moment. >> oh, it's a bun. where is it? it's in -- [screams] >> clayton: alisyn, would have you figured it out that quickly. >> alisyn: oh it's a cinnamon roll, thank you. were you afraid you were going to eat it before figuring out the pun? >> well, i think it was an old expression and since i'm a senior citizen i eventually did put it together. when i first saw the bun i didn't understand why it didn't have a pan underneath it i was just totally sho
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